Warm mounting


Warm installation, also known as thermally insulated installation, is an advanced window and door installation technique that aims to minimize thermal bridges and provide high thermal insulation around woodwork. The main purpose of warm installation is to improve the energy efficiency of a building by reducing heat loss and ensuring thermal comfort indoors.

Reduction of heat loss

Warm mounting contributes to reducing heat loss and minimizing thermal bridges. By improving the thermal insulation of windows and doors, this installation reduces uncontrolled heat loss through woodwork, resulting in increased energy efficiency of the building. In addition, the elimination or significant reduction of thermal bridges prevents excessive heat loss and helps reduce the energy required to heat the building. Thus, warm installation contributes to energy savings and improved indoor thermal comfort.

Long-lasting durability

Warm installation ensures long-term tightness for about 15-20 years. Thanks to precision workmanship and high-quality insulation materials, you can be sure that your windows and doors will maintain excellent thermal and acoustic insulation for many years of use. This means you won't have to worry about air leaks or heat loss in your home for a long time.

Products used

Warm mounting installation warm-mounting
Warm mounting Classic installation warm-mounting

Installation foam

Warm mounting Rounded installation warm-mounting

Vapour-proof tape

Warm mounting With aluminum overlay installation warm-mounting

Vapour-permeable tape

  • Mounting foam: mounting foam is used to seal the space, just as in the case of ordinary installation.

  • Vapor Tape: Vapor tape helps prevent water vapor penetration.

  • Vapor-permeable tape: vapor-permeable tape is used to ensure water vapor permeability.